How Our Private Bar Tutoring Works.
Our live one-on-one tutoring is conducted by the best of the best bar tutors who have all passed the bar themselves and have years helping others do the same.
Our tutors evaluate students individually and identify their weaknesses in order to focus on what will maximize their potential.
Tutoring sessions happen at your convenience over the phone or via video conferencing. Once we match you with one of our tutors you can schedule a time that works for you.
Though it's recommended that you stay with the same tutor throughout your journey there is the option to switch tutors at any time.
Allison Tait is a an associate professor of law at the University of Richmond where she teaches trusts and estates, family law, estate planning, critical theory, and feminist legal theory. Before coming to Richmond, she was an Associate-in-Law at Columbia Law School. She also clerked for the Hon. Richard Palmer of the Connecticut Supreme Court and spent a year as the Gender Equity Postdoctoral Fellow for the Yale Women Faculty Forum.
David obtained his B.A. in classical civilizations from Wesleyan University and his J.D. from the University of Miami. His love for travel and new opportunities has taken him around the country. To that end, David passed the Florida, New York, and California bar exams on his first attempt. His legal experience involves criminal law, litigation, land use, and environmental law.
Matias is an attorney admitted to practice law in the state of New York and in the Federal Court's Southern District of New York. Matias attended the City University of New York School of Law where he was a full-time student and single parent. He achieved his 91st percentile score by way of his methodical, time-effective, approach to essay writing and MBE practice. An approach which Matias meticulously imparts on his BarMax students.